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Jarell Quansah tells why he joined Liverpool instead of Man United and Man City



Jarell Quansah, the 21-year-old center-back from Warrington, has revealed his decision to opt for Liverpool over Premier League rivals Manchester United and Manchester City. Following an unexpected breakthrough season under Jurgen Klopp’s guidance, Quansah’s impressive performances during pre-season earned him a significant role at Liverpool after a loan stint at Bristol Rovers.

With 23 appearances across various competitions, he has notably formed a formidable defensive partnership alongside Virgil van Dijk, showcasing his talent and potential on the grand stage amidst Liverpool’s pursuit of the Premier League title.

Speaking to The Athletic about his rise, Quansah said: “Coming into the season, it was more about the opportunity to train with the best players in the world and learn from them.”

He added: “Last summer, I probably thought the plan would be to go out on loan again. But when I went on pre-season with the first team I just said to myself, ‘You’ve got to give everything and show what you can do’.

“Thankfully, I did that, and I was able to kick on. I’ve learned already in football that it’s a mad game and anything can happen.”

“I went around different places to see what was out there,” he added. “I did City, Manchester United, Wigan, Bolton… all of them.

“Back then, I was just playing and enjoying what I was doing. Any time I could play football, I was happy. My parents thought having more options would be better.

“I just remember Liverpool offering the best training. That was where I enjoyed my football the most and that’s why I stayed.”

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